Originally the fans were singing a song that was anti-Semitic.
Man City beat Crystal Palace 5-0 on Saturday, while Romelu Lukaku scored the only goal as United won at Southampton.
Stoke, which was fielding a makeshift defense with Kurt Zouma ineligible and Ryan Shawcross and Kevin Wimmer out injured, is 15th in the table having recorded just win in its opening six games. Tottenham defeated West Ham 3-2 earlier.
However, there is still plenty of business to be done, with the January transfer window offering clubs the chance to bolster their squads mid-way through the Premier League season. "Stoke are a really good team and very strong", he told BBC Sport afterwards.
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"I think we have to be focused at what we do and not others", added the Italian. "He comes from sunny Spain, he's better than Harry Kane".
After the match Conte said: "It was a good day, a good result for us".
Conte said of the 24-year-old: "I like him because he's a complete player and also he has a lot of room to improve in every situation, tactical, physical, technical aspect, he's very committed, his behaviour is always fantastic".
Stoke stayed in the game until Morata finished them off with goals in the 77th and 82nd minutes, first dinking the ball over Butland and then tapping in to take his season's tally to six.
"I want to thank our fans".
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